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Aug 10, 2013 11:30am EDT
or destructive purposes. do you see the parallel i'm trying to draw here? that is why president obama in this year's state of the union when he kind of makes a cyber point about midway through the speech talked about enemies on our networks. enemies on our grid. and why that is so disturbing. if they're on there and undetected, they already have -- whatever their intent, whatever they intend, they already have the capacity to do harm. without question, the country is skewing our stuff the most is china. there is evidence if you read the white paper put out several months back about the chinese, there is evidence they are out there penetrating. frankly, i find it hard to imagine circumstances where china would want to do something incredibly destructive to any american network, the grid, absent a far more problematic international environment in which the cyber attack is itself part of a larger package of really, really bad things. bear with me for a moment. i mentioned iran a few moments ago. what would prompt iran, second- rate power overall but a very bright nation with technically
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